"M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story" fame actress Rhea Sharma, who has been roped in to play Kanak in upcoming show "Tu Sooraj Main Saanjh Piyaji", says she considers it a huge pressure on herself to take the legacy of "Diya Aur Baati Hum" forward through its sequel.
After Sooraj (Anas Rashid) and Sandhya's (Deepika Singh) death in the last episode of "Diya Aur Baati Hum", the sequel will focus on the life of their children Kanal (Rhea), Ved and Vansh after a 20-year forward leap.
"It's a huge pressure on me to take the show's legacy forward. Sooraj and Sandhya's daughter Kanak Rathi will have qualities of both her parents and the story is her journey to win over love from her beloved grandmother Bhabho," Rhea said in a statement.
"I'm excited and I wish we get the same love that audiences gave to season one," she added.
Actors Mayank Arora and Kabeer Kumar will be seen as Ved and Vansh, whereas Neelu Vaghela will reprise her role of Bhabho.
"The kind of family issues you saw in the first season that will be in the coming show as well. The love, care, arguments among the family members which we showed through 'Diya Aur Baati Hum', we are retaining that for the second season," Neelu said.
"Tu Sooraj Main Saanjh Piyaji" will be aired on Star Plus starting from April 3.
Remo D'Souza won't perform at weddings
Ace choreographer-filmmaker Remo D'Souza has apparently announced on "The Kapil Sharma Show" that he won't be performing at weddings anymore, a source from the show's set said.
The source said that Remo made the statement because he felt embarrassed for not getting any attention for his performance at a wedding function.
"Remo was quite sporting to reveal that no one in the wedding was interested in his performance and were instead chatting. Since no one was interested, he also lost interest in performing," the source said.
Remo was accompanied by ace choreographers Vaibhavi Merchant and Terence Lewis on the TV show.
The episode of "The Kapil Sharma Show" featuring the three choreographers will be aired on March 12 on Sony Entertainment Television.
Mudassar Khan to choreograph 'Bhabi Ji' stars
Mudassar Khan has been roped in to choreograph actors Aashif Sheikh, Saumya Tandon, Rohitash Gaud and Shubhangi Atre for a special song as part of their popular TV show "Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain".
The special track is composed by singer Anmol Malik and rapper Raftaar.
After hearing the song, the makers decided to make a video for it to add to its visual appeal.
"I feel extremely elated to be associated with the most watched show on television 'Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain'. I had loads of fun working with the four talented actors --Asif, Saumya, Shubhangi and Rohitash," Mudassar said in a statement.
"I have choreographed a special hook step for the song and actors have done wonderful job in depicting the same on camera. The 'Bhabi Ji' song is extremely catchy and a peppy number and I am very sure that the audience will love it," he added.
Talking about the choreographer, Shubhangi said: "We had a gala time shooting with Mudassar for our music video. He is so full of life and talent that we just couldn't stop wanting to shoot more and we went on to give him a name and tagged him as the stress-buster on the sets."
"Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain" is aired on &TV.
When Mansi Multani drew inspiration from Madhuri Dixit
Actress Mansi Multani, who plays Apsara in TV show "Har Mard ka Dard", took inspiration from Bollywood's dancing diva Madhuri Dixit-Nene's popular song "Humko aaj kal hai intezaar" for playing a Maharashtrian in the show.
"I am a big fan of Madhuri Dixit. I watched the song so many times to observe her moves and postures closely," Mansi said in a statement.
"I am sure that I don't even match 1 per cent of what she has done... Her stunning moves made us tap our feet. Her Maharashtrian look made her look even more gorgeous," Mansi added.
"Har Mard ka Dard", aired on Life OK, is about a common person being bestowed with super power of knowing every woman's desire.
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